HEY GUYS, NEED SOME HELP HERE I JUST GOT A 66 MUSTANG 289 AND I WANTED TO PUT ON THE TORQ THRUST II'S ON THE CAR BUT DONT KNOW WHAT SIZE TO GET. I WANTED TO TRY A 17x7 I WENT OUT AND BOUGHT ONE TO SEE IF IT FIT AND OF COURSE IT DID NOT, STUCK OUT TOO MUCH FROM THE WHEEL WELL. EVEN THOUGH I WAS TOLD IT WILL WORK.
I WANT TO PUT SOMETHING ON THAT NEED NO MODIFICATION TO THE CAR. MAYBE A 16X7" PLEASE HELP!! ANY INFO PLEASE E-MAIL ME
OK, NOW HERE IS WHERE IT GETS TRICKY 16x7 WITH WHAT,THE 4.25 BACKSIDE OR 4.0 BACKSIDE AND WHATS THE DIFFERENCE? I KNOW THE 4.25 IS A SPECAIL ORDER WHILE THE 4.0 IS A STCOKING PRODUCT.
PLUS DO I NEED TO LOWER THE CAR AND WHAT SIZE TIRE?
BTW NICE CAR.
You need to consult http://www.dodgestang.com/Tire%20Fit...ide%2065-6.pdf to get a feel for numerous tire and wheel combo's on your stang. I just went through similar search and ended up with 15X7 Torq Thrust D's with 225 60 15 tires on my 68 vert. I looked at numerous posts and tried several websites to come up with what I thought looked best. Here's another example:http://www.mustangsteve.com/rideheight.html. Lastly, I found a local tire dealer who was comfortable ordering in the rims I wanted, and test-mounted several tire options so I could see the right one for my vehicle (at a reasonable price) Good luck
If for somereason your car has the incorrect rear end or wilwood disc brakes they would affect your track...more than likely though, the store you bought the wheels from gave you a story and the wheels were just wrong for your application.
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